Dreyschock, Felix, German pianist, son of Raimund Dreyschock; b. Leipzig, Dec. 27, 1860; d. Berlin, Aug. 1,1906. He studied under Grabau, Ehrlich, Taubert, and Kiel. He gave successful concerts, and was a prof, at the Stern Cons, in Berlin. His piano pieces are well written and effective. He also publ. a Violin Sonata and songs.
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